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But for a progressive rock-website, a prog-album is what we want. And a prog-album it is. The album starts of with some easy listening pop-rock songs, but when the listener reaches the final part of the album, there are some treats.The musicianship on the entire album is outstanding and the production (Alan Parsons) is top!The vocals are like any 70's record; really good and harmonious.The band is a kind of mix between Alan Parsons Project, Eagles, 10CC and Steely Dan but more progressive.The best tracks are Mama Frog and Drink of Water. social review comments Review PermalinkPosted Sunday, February 4, 2018 Review this album Report (Review #1871900)


You may not talk about Bruno, but you're definitely going to want to sing about him! This breakout song from Disney's animated movie "Encanto" is the biggest Disney hit song in over 25 years, and it's a


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I am better-suited to interviewing than many people are. I'm comfortable with the tech. I have a decent Internet connection. I have a flexible schedule, so I can adapt to guests. I use scheduling systems and can deal with timezones. I've got a workflow that involves posting show notes and even transcripts. I am reasonably good at asking questions and shutting up so that other people talk. I often stutter, but no one seems to mind. I usually take visual notes, which people appreciate. I'm part of communities that can get more value from the resources I share.


Really, what's the point of being self-conscious when interviewing people? After all, I'm doing this so that the spotlight is on other people, and listeners can survive inexpertly-asked questions. Hey, if folks have the courage to get interviewed, that's something. Like the way that it's easier to focus on helping other people feel more comfortable at parties, I can try focusing on helping guests feel more comfortable during interviews.


Then there's all the rest of the processes around that. I typically stay up about two hours after the end of the show. I chat with participants off-air for 30-45 minutes (this is usually the most fun segment!) and then handle all the post-work, since I like it when the resources are posted right away. That way, I don't have to go back and work on it again. Although it's certainly possible to just let the video be automatically posted on my YouTube channel and be done with it, I like putting together the video, my visual notes, an MP3 download (for the people who prefer to listen to the podcast while, say, doing chores or walking around), and eventually a transcript. If I'm going to do something, I might as well use it as an opportunity to explore what awesomeness look like. =)


The biggest risk, I guess, is that someone goes rogue with my Google Account. Goodness knows enough people have had that kind of problem with people breaking into their accounts. Working with assistants I pick myself (since I work with people who have a good reputation) and making an effort to be an excellent client could lower that risk. I've also separated my domain administration account from my regular e-mail account. At some point, I'll just have to trust (and verify).


[00:13:37] Walt Mossberg: Any, other movement on the record labels coming?[00:13:42]SJ: All we're, you know, we're working with them. It's, as you know, the music company shipped 90% of their music DRM free today. Because all CDs are DRM free, right? And that's how all the music's distributed. So we've gone to them and said, look, you're shipping 90% of your music DRM free, customers are willing to pay a little bit more to get their downloaded music DRM free to, and why don't we do this? Plus the solves all the interoperability problems and things like that. And, we were successful in persuading EMI, and hopefully over the rest of this year, we'll be successful in persuading, most or all of the rest of the labels.


[00:14:22] Walt Mossberg: Some people have said, you know, you wrote this open letter about this. A lot of your rivals were already lobbying the record labels for a long time, partly because they thought it was a way to, you know, break your hold on the market or reduce your share, because of this idea that there was lock-in. In other words, I buy a bunch of, songs protected by your DRM. They're on my iPod, even if they're only a minority of the songs on the iPod, it makes me much more reluctant to buy a different device, even if something about that device is attractive to me, because I can't play these songs on there. Well, you're just kind of getting ahead of the train that was already moving when you wrote that letter.


[00:16:19] Walt Mossberg: Well, your business, or this part of your business is really the iPod. I mean, I know that you, I think you make a little money, or at least you don't lose any money on the iTunes Store, but the business is the iPod, not the...


[00:16:48] Walt Mossberg: Right. But the iPod is the biggest part. I mean, iTunes the client is free. The store doesn't make all that much money, cause most of whatever I pay for song goes to the label.


[00:17:46] SJ: It's three things. It's the best iPod we've ever made. It's an incredibly great cell phone. People are probably overlooking that part of the thing. You know, all cell phones are the same. But we've really revolutionized how you use a cell phone. If it was nothing but a cell phone it'd be really successful. And then the third thing is, it's the internet in your pocket for the first time.


[00:32:18] SJ: So, you get the idea. And, so, we've got movies and TV shows. And, again, the movies that you buy are stored on your PC, the TV shows you buy are stored on your PC, and you can stream them wirelessly, or you can download them to the hard drive inside Apple TV. So if you have a notebook and your content, you know, close the lid and your content walks off, you still have some stuff to watch on the hard drive of Apple TV. And you've got all of your music and you've got your podcasts and your photos. Photos are great, cause photos of course are in High Def. And, you can look at all your photos and just again, stream them over. Boom, boom, boom. So here you have photo slideshows like this.


[00:41:42] Walt Mossberg: Only at D, YouTube on a hundred inch screen. You know, but that's the question. That's that was my next question. I mean, I don't, to be honest, I don't know what the resolution is of this video set up we have here, but, you know, I imagine you have a big screen TV. I have a big screen TV. It not being a particularly poor audience, probably all has a big screen TV. I mean, YouTube clips, sometimes they don't look great in a small window on your laptop, how are they going to look? Do you do anything to them inside the Apple TV, or?


[00:49:09] SJ: I was definitely more skeptical than customers. And, what happened was with the iPod video, boy, they proved us - they proved us wrong. And a lot of people, you know, we'd go out and talk to our customers a lot, and do a lot of research on that. And, video has been the number one or two reason people have bought that product, and they use it a lot. So, and, you know, again, we've sold the better part of, you know, a hundred million television shows. So, it's...


[00:50:00] Walt Mossberg: So, but you don't have video, I mean, the iPhone can play video, but you don't have a video service that allows people to download videos, I don't think, on the iPhone, do you? 041b061a72


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